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Mark your calendars: the 18th edition of Doc Buenos Aires will kickoff this Thursday and will run through October 24th. As usual, it will be celebrating some of the most reputable cinematic documentaries at both the national and international levels.

With less than two months left on the clock of his five-year term, outgoing Paraguayan President Horacio Cartes put his final stamp on international affairs this May: a surprise announcement that Paraguay would move its Israeli embassy from Tel Aviv …

Twenty four years after the bombing that destroyed the Buenos Aires headquarters of the Israeli-Argentine Mutual Association (AMIA), which killed 85 people and wounded more than 300, a vigil and demonstration took place today in front of the current headquarters …

Eight days from the beginning of the FIFA World Cup, the Argentine national team keeps making the news, but for issues that have nothing to do with football. Just on Wednesday, the Vatican had to withdraw an announcement regarding a …

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has a packed schedule these next few days. After 20 hours of flight travel, today marks the initiation of his 10-day Latin American tour in an effort to boost trade and strengthen the bilateral relationship …

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is coming to Buenos Aires next week. He is scheduled to meet with President Mauricio Macri on September 11 and 12. Their meeting is expected focus on solidifying security cooperation, arms deals, and agriculture exchanges …

Following the terrorist shooting on Wednesday in Tel Aviv, Israel in which four people were killed and 16 injured at Sarona Market, President Mauricio Macri’s government officially expressed its condolences in a press release yesterday:

“The Argentine government wishes to …

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised President Mauricio Macri on his decision to not appeal a court ruling that found the Memorandum of Understanding with Iran unconstitutional.

“This is a welcome change of direction, and I hope that we will …